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Don’t turn your nose up at Fluffy’s bad breath! Foul mouth odor is usually your first sign that your pet needs a dental check up! Poor dental health for your pet can lead to a myriad of other health issues, aside from also being generally uncomfortable. According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, more than 80% of dogs and 70% of cats show signs of oral disease by age 3. Since we have domesticated the dog, their diet depends largely on us, and consequently, so does their dental hygiene. Daily care, as well as annual dental cleanings by a professional are just one way you can help Fluffy lead a healthier, longer life.
While walking your pet may seem healthy for obvious reasons, there’s a myriad of reasons why walking your pet is important for both you and your pet. It isn’t just about “potty breaks”, it also provides mental stimulation, physical exercise, a chance at socialization and opportunities for behavioral training. All these reasons aside, it fortifies the bond between dog and owner.